Really dislike this store-Fields was much nicer.
Very, very crowded and dated. Bathrooms have carpeting which is terribly worn on lower level and store just seems runned down. Service people are friendly, but very scarce. The store itself and amount of stuff shoved in there give it a very low class feel. It's been said before but it is nowhere near what it was when it Marshall Fields. I only shop at this store when in a pinch for makeup now.
Born in Chicago in 1852, this Midwest chain houses everything from designer fashions to kitchenware.. In Short Department store chain offers a wide variety of merchandise--from their signature Frango mints to Emerilware cookware from acclaimed New Orleans chef Emeril Lagasse. Designer clothing, shoes, jewelry, china, crystal, linens and furniture are displayed throughout the store. From junior threads by Guess and Lauren, to fashion favorites like BCBG, DKNY, Laundry and Theory. Many stores also have an in-house wedding gown salon and a home furnishings department.